Monthly Archives: April 2009

The Inmates Have Requested Asylum

I spent much of yesterday afternoon listening to podcasts from a conference I wish I had attended: the IA Summit. The podcasts are up on Boxes and Arrows (thank you Chris Baum!) and are well worth a listen. I also … Continue reading

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Social capital on twitter: analytics of flow

I’ve been thinking lately about social analytics, and in particular how it applies to twitter. Twitter is a conversation tool, and content on twitter is more akin to speech than it is to its long-form brethren. The term “micro-blogging” is, … Continue reading

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Social media personalities and Personas 2.0

I’m featured today in a Hot Studios interview with me about my social media personality types. Coincidentally, or serendipitously, I’ve been working for the past several days on conversation models for social media designers, interaction designers, and social media user … Continue reading

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